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Published, in the Nutrients journal, the data suggests people with higher levels of Omega-3 in their body are 49 percent less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease.
Using the United States as an example, the authors said: “Delaying AD by 5 years leads to 2.7 additional years of life, and 4.8 additional AD-free years for an individual who would have acquired AD and is worth over $500,000.”
“[They] reported that participants experienced a significant, 47% reduction in the risk of developing all-cause dementia compared with those with lower levels.”
source: Daily Express